Real Time & Interval Data Monitoring

Energy is the most volatile operating expense for buildings, but it is also one of the most controllable and explainable with proper real-time and interval data monitoring.

Track portfolio against carbon offset goals

Automate utility invoice data collection

Quantify avoided utility costs and emissions

Prioritize additional renewable investments

Key Product Features

Real Time Monitoring Dashboard

WatchWire’s real time monitoring dashboard provides an overview of your meter’s data, viewable by day, week, year, or billing period.

Renewable Production Tracking

WatchWire connects directly to your renewable generation sources, delivering either a lagged or real-time data integration of all onsite renewable production data (whether solar, fuel cell, battery, etc.) across multiple sites and vendors.

Heat Map Analysis

The heat map visual provides actual demand, temperature, and heating or cooling degree days, making it easy to spot anomalies in equipment or operating times.

Monthly Profiles Analysis

The monthly profiles analysis breaks down usage each day over the course of a month, providing graphic images for each.

Daily Profiles Analysis

This visual graphs the average usage per day for the past year to ensure daily usages are meeting expectations depending on seasonal regularity.

Helpful Resources
commercial buildings Interval Data Analytics – What to Look For

Often times when constructing an energy management plan and setting goals, energy managers will primarily gather insights from utility bill data.  However, basing your energy management goals off of utility bill data alone could leave you blind to many savings…

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Watchwire Real-Time Monitoring Brief

Watchwire’s Real-Time Monitoring Module allows you to fully leverage your real-time energy data by analyzing it alongside your actual utility bills and costs. The RTM module provides various visualizations giving the ability to identify any type of energy inefficiency and…

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interval data for energy management Interval Data for Energy Management

According to the DOE and the EPA, on average commercial buildings waste approximately 30% of the energy they use. If you want to reduce your energy consumption and costs and are NOT using interval data for energy management, then read…

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